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Comparative Urban Studies
The Comparative Urban Studies series encourages innovative studies of urbanism, contemporary and historical, from a multidisciplinary (e.g., architecture, art, anthropology, culture, economics, history, literature, sociology, technological), comparative, and/or global perspective. The series invites submissions by scholars from the fields of American studies, history, sociology, women’s studies, ethnic studies, urban planning, material culture, literature, demography, museum studies, historic preservation, architecture, journalism, anthropology, and political science. New studies will consider how particular pre-modern and modern settings shape(d) urban experience and how modern and pre-modern, Western and non-Western cities respond(ed) to broad social and economic changes.

Editor(s): Kenneth R. Hall (khall2@bsu.edu)
Advisory Board: James Connolly and Steven Morillo
Staff editorial contact: Sarah Craig (scraig@rowman.com)
Bootstrap New Urbanism: Design, Race, and Redevelopment in Milwaukee
JOSEPH A. RODRIGUEZ
Lexington Books • August 2014 • Monograph
After the Factory: Reinventing America's Industrial Small Cities
EDITED BY JAMES J. CONNOLLY - CONTRIBUTIONS BY JANET R. DALY BEDNAREK; ALLEN DIETERICH-WARD; ALISON D. GOEBEL; ...
Lexington Books • June 2012 • Monograph
The Evolution of the Ancient City: Urban Theory and the Archaeology of the Fertile Crescent
ALEXANDER R. THOMAS
Lexington Books • June 2012 • Monograph
The Growth of Non-Western Cities: Primary and Secondary Urban Networking, c. 900–1900
EDITED BY KENNETH R. HALL - CONTRIBUTIONS BY CHRISTOPHER AGNEW; MICHAEL H. CHIANG; HUGH CLARK; MARC JASON GILBE...
Lexington Books • August 2011 • Monograph
Secondary Cities and Urban Networking in the Indian Ocean Realm, c. 1400-1800
EDITED BY KENNETH R. HALL - CONTRIBUTIONS BY CHARLES ARGO; JOHN CHAFFEE; STEWART GORDON; ALEXANDRA GREEN; JAMES...
Lexington Books • August 2008 • Monograph